Soft toys as instructional technology in Higher Education: The case of Llewelyn the Lynx

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Raye, Lee;
  • Publisher: University of North Carolina Wilmington
  • Subject: LB2300 | LB2361 | LB

Scholarship on instructive technologies in higher education has emphasized the use of high-tech facilitative technologies for long-term use, and low-tech props to illustrate single topics. This paper, on the contrary, discusses the use of a long-term, low-tech instructi... View more
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